Ratha Chaupoly and Ben Daitz met on the Clark University Campus in 1994. When the college buddies reconnected in New York City in 2000, they were surprised to find that they were both working in the restaurant industry. After Ratha Chaupoly opened Kampuchea restaurant in 2006 where Num Pang sandwiches were an integral part of the menu.  The pair decided to open up the first Num Pang Sandwich shop near Union Square in March of 2009 and soon after a location in Midtown East. With graffiti art on the walls and 80s/90s hip hop blasting from the speakers, crowds extend all the way down the block to order these creative Asian sandwiches and sides that combine the flavors from Ratha’s childhood in Cambodia with Ben’s culinary technique.



In spring of 2012, Num Pang opened their third and flagship location in the up-and-coming NoMad neighborhood, in addition to a location in Chelsea Market, and just recently opened a fifth location in Times Square with more in the works (including a location in the highly coveted World Financial Center in Spring 2014) . Additionally the shops continue to be recognized by top tier media such as Bon Appetit who named their sandwiches “one of the top 25 things to eat in 2012”, The Village Voice who awarded them “Best Sandwich of 2013”, and they have been one of the highest rated sandwich shops in Zagat since opening.


 

WHY WE'RE DIFFERENT

OUR SANDWICHES ARE MADE
TO BE ENJOYED AS THEY ARE.

Num Pang’s gourmet sandwiches are served on a freshly toasted semolina flour baguette with Num Pang’s signature chili mayo. At Num Pang, a rotating selection of sandwiches are freshly made-to-order daily.

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